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BELGIUM MAUSER-ACTION BOLT-ACTION SHOTGUN, 12G. This rare example of a converted Mauser is in amazing condition. The Belgians created them after WWII, and they were known generally as Farmer’s Guns. It has a 31-inch barrel with bead sight. It’s a single-shot setup and as strong as an ox! The timber is very nice, the bluing is great and the entire gun is a stunning and unusual weapon that’s functional and collectible. You’ll be hard pressed finding one even close to the condition that this is in.

SERIAL NO: 2479C

PRICE: $875

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BSA CADET, .310. Professionally restored and in excellent condition as a result, this Cadet is stunning. The lever and butt plate have been case hardened, too, adding a nice touch. The timber is dark and well oiled so its colours shows through. It is not over-done, just lovely brought up to a high standard. Keep it or shoot it. Either way, it’s one to be proud of. 

SERIAL NO: 24515

PRICE: $795

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BSA CADET, .310. A Commonwealth of Australia rifle made by BSA and stamped “D^D Q”, this is a remarkably intact, original example in good condition. Receiver and barrel are stamped with the serial number 5604, while the receiver and butt stock are identified by matching 2914 ID numbers. The kangaroo symbol is stamped into the top of the receiver. The only pitting worth mentioning is on the butt, where there are a few patches of corrosion that have been stopped. The timber is a little dry and has a few minor dings but no serious damage or cracks. If you are looking for an original Cadet, either to maintain with its patina or restore to former glory, this is an excellent candidate. It also appears to be perfect as a shooter, with plenty of shine in the bore and everything working as it should.

 SERIAL NO: 5604

PRICE: $300

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LONG BRANCH NO 4 MK 1*, .303. Dated 1942. Immaculate, fully refurbished condition. This is a pristine example of a WWII era No 4 with excellent bore. The entire rifle shows little sign of use since being re-done. The previous owner used it for target shooting but has sold it because he didn’t have enough time for it. Nice dark timber without stains or damage. Sling included. This is the best No 4 we’ve seen.

SERIAL NO: 7073PD

PRICE: $1450

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WEBLEY MK IV, .38/200. This Webley is a fantastic piece of wartime history in remarkably good condition! The Webley Mk IV was the smaller and more practical sibling of the .455-cal Mk VI, produced for police, military and civilian use from 1932 until the 1980s. It saw widespread use by Commonwealth forces in WWII. This example is a wartime model, made 1940-41. It is marked “war finish” but it was refinished during the post-war FTR process and appears to have suffered very little since. Previously owned for 30 years on a collector’s licence. Apart from minor marks and a chip out of the bottom of one grip scale, this old service pistol is stunning. The action is tight, the extractor returns snappily, the trigger is wonderfully crisp. For collection or service pistol competition, this one is a shoo-in in such great condition. Don’t miss out.

Serial number: 48691

Price: $1650

Webley Mk IV